PeopleNet launches Logistics Intelligence platform

PeopleNet has launched what it said is the industry's first platform for drill-down, comparative reporting that covers extended time periods

PeopleNet has launched what it said is the industry's first platform for drill-down, comparative reporting that covers extended time periods. The Logistics Intelligence platform, based on SAP's Business Objects, drives the company's new PerformX Dashboard, which graphically displays highest/lowest performing drivers or vehicles according to engine-related metrics such as speed, rpm, fuel efficiency and idle time.

"We're committed to providing fleet managers greater power and control over obtaining the information they need to be more successful and do it more easily," said PeopleNet COO Brian McLaughlin. "This information is essential for timely feedback in recognizing and retaining high-performance drivers and coaching those to modify behavior and improve performance."

Logistics Intelligence's reporting software offers expanded comparative reporting periods, eliminating time-span restrictions on tracked data and its log information is the only exception, meeting six- and 12-month compliance regulations. Log, location, messaging and engine diagnostics are among the reporting options available by driver or vehicle, the company said. Administrative reports are also available.

Reports can be scheduled or pulled up in real-time through the PeopleNet Fleet Manager website's Logistics Intelligence portal. Users can easily toggle between reports that compare the performance of truck to terminal, region or entire fleet; driver/vehicle to other drivers/vehicles in the terminal, region or entire fleet; terminal to other terminals in the region or the entire fleet; and region to other regions or entire fleet.

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